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a joint connetion between two bones articulation
the study of joints arthrology
an immovable joint synarthrosis
a slightly moveable joint amphiarthrosis
a freely moveable joint diarthosis
a type of synarthrosis found between skull bones suture
a type of synarthrosis found between the teeth and the alveolar sockets gomphosis
a type of synarthrosis which cartilage bridge like a growth plate synchondrosis
a type of synarthrosis which is a bony bridge like an epiphyseal line synostosis
a type of amphiarthrosis made of collagen fibers like between the tibia and fibula syndesmosis
a type of amphiarthrosis made of a pad of fibrocartilage like between the vertebrae symphysis
a thin layer inside a diarthrotic joint cavity, except at articular cartilage, produces fluid to lubricate synovial membrane
very smooth, slick cartilage with no perichondrium, covers long bones at joints articular cartilage
damage to articular cartilage caused by various things from metabolism problems to injury arthritis
a general term for pain in stiffness in joint rheumatism
collagen fibers which hold muscle to bone tendon
collagen fibers which hold bone to bone, thickenings of the articular capsule ligaments
sacs lined with synovial membrane and synovial fluid burase
inflammation of bursae bursitis
inflammation of a tendon tendonitis
stretchingand tearing of fibers in a ligament sprain
when a joint is out of place dislocation
a semilunar wedge of cartilage in a joint meniscus
an enlargement of bone or tissue around the joint at the base of the big toe bunion
an injury to a muscle in which the muscle fibers tear as a result of over stretching strain
ligaments outside the joint capsule extracapusular
ligaments inside the joint capsule intracapsular
ligaments that prevent front to back movement of the knee cruciate ligaments
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